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5 Things to know before opting for plastic surgery
Cosmetic surgeries jolly well know how to invade a girls mind for adoption, since its boasts its power of full-body transformation through influential advertisements and some incredible transformations like the renowned Kylie Jenner’s new face. Despite what you might think, any kind of needle insertion in your body always stands perilous. There are certain things that you need to be aware of before you book a cosmetic surgery for yourself. So start taking notes girls!
NON-INVASIVE SURGERIES ARE EQUALLY HARMFUL
Even though with time the methods have changed as new techniques have been introduced in the market such as the non-invasive or often called the less invasive technique. In this method, a surgery is done with the aid of a screening scope and specifically designed surgical instruments. This allows the surgeon to perform major surgery through several little openings without the need for a large opening. Introduction of non-invasive surgeries have lead to a shift in choice amongst the people as they assume that they have none of the risk involved. They aren’t aware that the fillers used in such surgeries can account to blindness. Obviously, the authorities do not unfold these facts openly and make you sign the consent forms as a prior warning which no one clearly reads but we advice that you must rethink before going under the needles as it isn’t very clever to go ahead with it.
LIFELONG SCARS ON THE SKIN
If you think you will transform into a Barbie doll aftermath the operation then you will also have to understand that these surgeries leave a lot of scars on the body that lasts a lifetime. So if you are ready for the sacrifice, then only move ahead with the decision. A large chunk of people fail to realize this aspect to the change that lies ahead of them and therefore, they end up in a disastrous state later.
ONLY OPT FOR BOARD-CERTIFIED PLASTIC SURGEONS
Cosmetic surgeries are of very delicate kind and if not performed by expert hands then things can go horribly wrong. Studies have shown that nearly 45% of the surgeries performed in the country are done by uncertified doctors. This isn’t impressive and is extremely dangerous at the same time. If you plan to have a plastic surgery then the foremost thing is to check whether the surgeon is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery or not. You must know that only formally trained doctors are authorized to undertake plastic surgeries. You can also login to online chat rooms and discussion forums and do thorough research on the reviews, thus, judge the expertise of your surgeon as this can help check the reliability to a great extent.
BE PREPARED FOR UNREALISTIC RESULTS
Most people fail to understand the reasons behind the whole process being called ‘plastic’. They expect that the end results will be phenomenal and will change their lives for good and make them flawless. But things do not function this way with cosmetic surgeries and sometimes the end results or the makeover doesn’t seem to be realistic at all.
INTROSPECTION IS IMPORTANT
Changes in ones physical appearance is a lot linked with ones emotional and mental well-being. And hence, it is very important to do some self-talks before opting for a cosmetic surgery as it is likely to change your appearance a lot. You need to think over and over again and then reach a conclusion before you sign up for the surgery as it is indeed a very serious step.
Young women of today very easily get insecure about their appearance, all thanks to the media and their icky advertisements. This is a major reason as to why the cosmetic market is growing rapidly and has become unstoppable. Young women of today need to know that opting for cosmetic alterations on your body for a better physical appearance also has a dark side to it. Although, a professional and adept cosmetic surgeon will aware you about all the above mentioned factors but we suggest that you make your decision wisely!
Ashwathi is an enthusiastic traveller and dancer with a passion for movies and music. Hailing from an Army background, she considers herself fortunate enough to have experienced the diverse cultures that India boasts of. She is a graduate in Journalism and Mass Communications and has worked in print, radio and television.